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How to reconcile numbers 40 and 41 of the meat inspection regulations when using the digestion method and trichinoscopic examination of slaughter animals and animal products



How to reconcile numbers 40 and 41 of the meat inspection regulations when using the digestion method and trichinoscopic examination of slaughter animals and animal products



Veterinarski Glasnik 35(8): 861-868



In an effort to improve inspection for Trichinella, the German digestive technique has been legalized in Germany and the Stromaher method in Scandinavia.

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